Dutch equipment rental firm Boels Topholding B.V. plans to offer 592 million euros ($652 million) for all the shares in rival Cramo, seeking to create a leading pan-European player in equipment rental, the companies said on Monday.
HELSINKI Finnish paper firm Stora Enso said geopolitical uncertainties would dampen demand and prices in the fourth quarter, pushing its shares and those of its European peers lower on Tuesday.
TALLINN Estonia's far-right finance minister has been criticized by lawmakers for holding up financial reforms promised after the Baltic state became the focus of Europe's biggest money laundering scandal.
HELSINKI Finland's Nokia slashed its 2019 and 2020 profit outlook on Thursday, saying profits would come under pressure as the company spends more to fend off rivals in the fast-growing 5G networks business.
HELSINKI Neste reported its highest ever quarterly profit on Wednesday as renewable products helped the Finnish oil refiner and biofuel producer beat forecasts.
TALLINN A former head of Danske Bank's Estonian branch, which is at the center of inquiries into the world's largest money laundering scandal, was found dead on Wednesday.
TALLINN Replacing Chinese telecoms equipment would cost European telecom operators about $3.5 billion, a report by industry research firm Strand Consult predicted on Friday, far lower than the figure a lobby group came up with.
Google will make an additional investment of 3 billion euros ($3.3 billion) over the next two years to expand its European data centers, Chief Executive Sundar Pichai said in Finland.
The Finnish maker of Angry Birds games cut its 2019 earnings outlook on Thursday due to lower-than-expected revenue from brand licensing and from older games, wiping a fifth off the value of Rovio Entertainment's share price.